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Re: 2n runs ruff

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Colin King

02-03-2013 09:50:42

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Not quite sure what you mean by "choking stalls." Do you mean that when you release the choke it stalls, or that when you pull the choke it stalls?

Colin, MN

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xring 223

02-03-2013 12:09:19

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 Re: 2n runs ruff in reply to Colin King, 02-03-2013 09:50:42  
had 3 & 4 crossed took fuel filter out and unhooked the air cleaner still doesn't run just right at high rpm sound a little ruff but it starts great now and low and mid range sounda great. Thank you all. now I have to get the original generator from the shop in a day or to and I need it replace the starter gear and hints to this I know not to spin it out

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Colin King

02-03-2013 12:29:21

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 Re: 2n runs ruff in reply to xring 223, 02-03-2013 12:09:19  
Great news! Thanks for letting us know. Good luck getting that ruff-ness out. Might just be an exhaust leak at the muffler/manifold connection.

Colin, MN

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xring 223

02-03-2013 13:43:35

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 Re: 2n runs ruff in reply to Colin King, 02-03-2013 12:29:21  
I"ll check the clamp tomorrow we have snow and it"s geting colder and I"m old

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xring 223

02-03-2013 10:17:41

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 Re: 2n runs ruff in reply to Colin King, 02-03-2013 09:50:42  
I"ll take the fuel filter off YES i DID SHOOT IT only thing I"ve painted could have used another gallon I set the points on a vise I don"t think they moved cause I checked after I tightend the screws when you choke it stalls can use only a little choke to start it or it will flood

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02-03-2013 11:14:18

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 Re: 2n runs ruff in reply to xring 223, 02-03-2013 10:17:41  
Air cleaner seems to be clean. Try this. Pull the air cleaner to carb tube off and see how it runs. If it runs ok that seems to be is just that and you need to clean the air cleaner. Sounds like it is running rich and if the air cleaner is clogged it will cause it to run way to rich

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